Hi! My Name Is Roger

We're happy to tell you that Roger has a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page to see the pups currently available.

Nothing gets our guy Roger down!  He was actually found as a stray in really bad condition, and (luckily) taken in by a local vet's office to help him heal.  And even though he must have been feeling bad, all he cared about was the wonderful new friends he was making.  In fact, one of the best things about Roger is how social he is.  This boy has never ever met a stranger, animal or human, and would live happily in a family that likes to get out and about with their dog and enjoys having guests over in their home.  And you never have to worry about taking him to the vet, since he knows this is also a place where his friends are.  Roger hung out with a number of other dogs (puppies, big and small dogs) during his stay at the vet and was great with everyone.  He's currently in an ABR foster home with another very big dog, and his foster says he's doing a great job adapting to learning a playstyle that makes his foster sibling feel comfortable.  (What?? A bulldog who can "read the room?!" Impressive!!)  

We don't think Roger has every had experience on a leash before, but he's learning quickly what it means in his foster home.  In fact, his foster is taking him for extra walks by himself so he can focus on this.  He's also working on potty training and learning a home routine, now that he has some consistency in his day-to-day.  But Roger has definitely mastered crate training already.  He knows that's his cozy nap cave and doesn't mind having some me time to relax.  Roger is not currently living with kids, but because he's sort of a bulldozer (of love) and is learning to play without nibbling on humans, we'd recommend older kids, if any, in his forever family.